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Women Taking the Lead with Jodi Flynn

Women Taking the Lead is a podcast containing interviews with women who have achieved success and men who help women develop their leadership; topical episodes giving insights and how-to's in the areas of leadership and personal and professional development, as well as "on-air" coaching episodes. The aim of Women Taking the Lead is to inspire you to overcome self-doubt so you can follow your true calling, earn the money you deserve, create more time for fun on your journey, develop relationships that support you, and to silence your inner critic, and make working on your mindset for success a top priority.
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Aug 31, 2016

At 53, Anne Stephany faced a life threatening illness. Her biggest fear was dying without fulfilling her purpose.  Her work has always been service. Now she brings skills and wisdom from two careers and extensive life experience to serve women. Anne empowers women to shine, joyfully living their purpose and proudly creating their legacy. They break through limiting beliefs, effects of trauma and of aging (Anne is going to be 60 next month!) to be free. When not working you can find her at the beach, swimming with whales, and traveling.

Playing Small Moment

Anne found herself making excuses and covering up incidents for an abusive partner. It took her some time before she realized what she was doing, and that she needed to leave. She had to later forgive herself for staying as long as she did.    

The Wake Up Call

Anne’s wake up call came when her doctor told her how close she was to death. She realized she might actually die before she did all the things she was put on earth to do. Life became very precious because there was no time to waste.      

Style of Leadership

Anne is a free spirited leader who leads with her “why”.

Current Leadership Challenge

Anne’s vision and leadership challenge are one in the same. She would like to create a worldwide network of luminescence from women shining, while coming into their power.

What Are You Excited About?

Anne is excited that she is able to share her message by hosting her own podcast. She also is a member of an online learning platform so she shares her message in the best possible way.  

What Does Your Business Support System Look Like?

Anne receives support in many different ways. She has a coach,  mentor and a fitness coach plus she is part of Women’s Groups on Facebook.

Leadership Practice

Meditation is Anne’s secret weapon. It creates a space for her, and in that space answers become clear and she knows what her next steps are.

Book to Develop Leadership

Start With Your Why by Simon Sinek

Advice For Younger Self

“You are enough. You can have and do and be whatever you can dream.”  

Inspirational Quote

"If today were the last day of my life would I want to do what I am about to do today?” ~ Steve Jobs

Links

Web: http://www.annestephany.com

Podcast: http://www.annestephany.com/podcast

Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/theannestephany

 

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 28, 2016

Abbie McGilvery is a Social Media Magician (okay, a Social Media Strategist, but that’s close enough!) She serves as an adviser, guide, and mentor for the business owners she works with. Abbie has been called a Marketing Maven and a Networking Expert, but prefers to think of herself as a creative "social media scrapbooker" with a focus on helping business owners build brand visibility and tell their stories on social media channels. Abbie helps business owners, creatives, and leaders get clear on what they do, who they are, and how to share their gifts with the world.

Playing Small Moment

Abbie dimmed her light for many years because she was afraid someone else would dim it for her. She thought people wouldn’t be ready for her energy. So, when she found herself in a moment of panic after being let go from a job, she went into an interview carrying her doubt and uncertainty on her sleeve. She forgot to interview the company to see if the position they were offering was even a good fit for her. The experience taught her some hard lessons and crushed her spirit. 

The Wake Up Call

Abbie was rudely confronted about a photo she used in a company publication. Instead of having a conversation with her, the manager aggressively accused and bullied her. The situation ended with her separation from the organization. She vowed never to allow herself to be treated in that way again and she would make sure the next job she took would be something she wanted.      

Style of Leadership

Abbie says there are three things a leader should be or do. They are: 1) Leaders should understand that they do not have to be perfect. 2) Leaders should sit within the circle of their team. 3) Leaders should be authentic and show people what it’s like to be the culture of their organization.

Current Leadership Challenge

Abbie’s current leadership challenge is her plan to scale up. Her service based business will be adding people and they need to have the same values and beliefs she has. 

What Are You Excited About?

Abbie is excited about the possibility of helping people pinpoint their dreams and to figure out how they can focus more energy in that direction.

What Does Your Business Support System Look Like?

Abbie figured out that humans were meant to be surviving in tribes by working together and sharing talents. Her best friend and co-worker Angie, along with her parents are always there for her.

Leadership Practice

Abbie’s practice of showing up and listening to other leaders she aspires to be like make her a more effective leader. 

Book to Develop Leadership

Rising Strong by Brene Brown

 

Advice For Younger Self

“Be big, be bold and don’t ever let anyone dim your light.” 

Inspirational Quote

"In a gentle way, you can shake the world." ~ Mahatma Gandhi

“The woman who does not require validation from anyone is the most feared individual on the planet.” ~ Mohadesa Najumi

 

Links

Web: http://www.fromthenestsocial.com/

Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/fromthenestsocial/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FunkyFabAb

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funkyfabab/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abbiemcgilvery

 

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 26, 2016

To get us caught up, in the last Bonus episode I talked about using your powers of deduction to get at who you want to be as a leader and that you are not your stress reactions. I promised I would go into some of the common stress reactions so that, with an awareness of what they look like, you could choose a new reaction.

Well, as promised here are two of the most common stress reactions

Shutting down: Cocooning

Imagine you are going about your day when suddenly, something happens.

No matter what it is, it occurs to you as bad news. In the moment it feels like the worst news. The last thing you needed right now. The straw that broke the camel's back. It could be a change to your carefully laid out plans, an unpleasant conversation, a flat tire, burnt toast...whatever.

It really doesn't matter what it is. What matters is it's something you don't like and you feel like it's out of your control.

And then you feel the energy drain out of your body. You're tired, defeated and you start to wonder why you try so hard. It's already X o'clock in the morning and you feel like you need a nap.

But you can't take a nap so instead you either go in your office and close the door, or you go to your phone to see what's happening on facebook, or you get in your car to go to Starbucks to get a jolt of caffeine. If you're at home you might sit on the couch and do a Netflix marathon.

You. Are. Shut. Down.

You're batteries became depleted and you are now doing anything you can to recharge.

You may also be in a mindset where you can't stand to be around yourself and nothing makes you happy. You may feel ashamed of yourself and worthless.

You can't stand to have people see you like this so you hide out and go into your cocoon. You isolate yourself from others and keep them at a distance.

This is not YOU.

This is your alter-ego in survival mode. It will help you to recover but it's not the most effective way to hit your goals or to achieve the life you want to live.

While you are recovering, and if you find yourself here do what you can to recover… But while you are recovering you are falling a little further behind on your goals and you are ineffective at anything you try to do.

The real you is effective, capable and resourceful but the real you has taken a back seat and given the power over to the alter-ego.

Don't give your alter-ego decision making power.

Here’s a little warning: do not make decisions when the alter-ego is in charge. They will be decisions made from the perspective of an 8-year-old. What does an 8-year-old know about what you are capable of? Exactly.

The key here is to be aware that the alter-ego has taken over. When you are aware, the power is in your court. You can make a different decision if you like. You can choose to see the situation differently and see where you do have power and control - where the woman of your experience and skill level can make a difference.

In the last episode I mentioned how I become a micro-manager when I get stressed out and feel out of control.

Well, there are times when I let that controlling part of myself off the leash so I can dive into the details and research the daylights out of a certain topic. But I'm doing it by choice and not because I feel out of control. I use my default stress reaction to serve me and not the other way around.

Life is duality. You are both in control and powerless. The key is to be in control when you are in control and to let things unfold when you are not in control...and dare I say, enjoy the ride?

Over-reacting: The Amazon Warrior

Similar to the previous situation something happens but in this instance your alter-ego's faulty radar picks up something different. Rather than sensing a situation where there is nothing you can do you're alter-ego picks up a threat. 

That change to your carefully laid out plans, the unpleasant conversation, the flat tire, the burnt toast - they are now perceived as putting something at risk, something important. This creates conflict.

The alter-ego is now charged up and ready to do battle! Rather than turning into the Incredible Hulk (we're women, after all) you become The Amazon Warrior.

Being an Amazon Warrior might sound eccentric and sexy. But no one likes to be around this woman and this woman has to fight for everything that she wants. She's so unpleasant people only help her if they have to.

The battle that you create in this stress reaction can come in the following forms:

  • Aggression: verbal and/or physical (though likely at your age you redirect physical aggression into some sort of workout)
  • Passive-aggression 
  • Fuming silently
  • Perfectionism
  • Jealousy (the more they get the less I get)
  • Second-guessing yourself (yup, this battle is with you)

There is more energy in this stress reaction so you're not likely to find yourself lying on the couch, at least on right away. But this burst of energy is on credit and you pay it back in interest. Once the adrenaline rush has passed you will likely find yourself in need of some recovery time and you slip into cocooning.

Also, when your alter-ego is in charge of this stress reaction the actions you take will like be misdirected. It will get you a result that is only temporary and land you with consequences that may be worse than the original perceived threat.

This stress reaction causes us to say things we don't mean (to ourselves and others), take our fear and anger out on an innocent bystander, and make snap-decisions in the heat of the moment. 

Even if you are somewhat aware of your internal conflict your attempts to hide it are futile. You'll find yourself being critical of yourself and others, you'll involuntarily focus on the negative (threats!) and your tone of voice/word choice/body language will give you away.

A coach of mine called this leaking. It's gross but accurate.

You are trying to hide your volatile mood but it leaks out and as a consequence you occur to other people as "not quite right."

This is not YOU either.

This is your alter-ego on high alert, looking for threats, and trying to protect you. It is defensive, augmentative and just waiting for someone to say or do that "thing" and it will lash out.

Again, to gain control over your alter-ego awareness is key. Be aware of what is pushing your buttons; what feels threatened and what is causing the threat.

Realize that a large percentage of the threats you perceive are just that, perceived threats. They are not real and if you can stay in current reality you can keep yourself from turning into The Amazon Warrior.

If you know one or both of these stress reactions are holding you back in your business or professional life reach out to me. This is how I serve my clients best and when they are able to manage their alter-egos and choose their response consciously they are able to keep stress away and stay focused on their goals.

For more resources go to https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 24, 2016

Cloris Kylie, Marketing MBA, is the founder of Lead Generation Academy and Client Attraction Bootcamp. She helps coaches, authors, speakers, consultants, and skilled practitioners command attention, attract the right clients, build a captive audience of subscribers, and skyrocket their impact and revenue! A sought-after speaker, trainer, and author, Cloris has been featured on various television and radio shows, including the #1 podcast for entrepreneurs, "Entrepreneur On Fire." Cloris’ articles have been published on websites with millions of followers, such as TinyBuddha and Addicted2Success.

Key Takeaways:

[2:40] Produce something new, partner with those around you and promote your own message to reveal your magnificence every single day.

[6:55] Start with step #1 - Get clear on who your right client is.

[11:20] Create an offer that meets the needs of your ideal client.

[16:23] Learn the fundamentals before you try to change the rules.

[24:19] Leverage the audience of large platforms to build authority at a faster rate.

[30:32] What is a current business challenge Cloris is facing right now?

[32:45] What does Cloris’ support system look like? 

[35:12] How to get in contact with Cloris and how to get her new ebook for free. 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Women Taking the Lead Episode 97 with Cloris Kylie 

Cloris Kylie

8 Proven Ways to Build Authority and Grow Your Audience

 

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 21, 2016

Jan Molino is the CEO of Aspire Ascend. She has a passion for empowering women and a keen perspective on the challenges and opportunities of the modern workplace. Her specialty has always been to help executive women maneuver leadership obstacles and help organizations define cultures that are open to gender balance and diversity. Her strength in bringing smart, influential women and professionals together is complemented by a powerful network she utilizes in pursuit of leadership excellence for women.

Playing Small Moment

Jan realized she lacked confidence after turning down an opportunity to relocate and lead her own team. Her boss at the time told her to advise him of her next opportunity because he thought she was ready to ascend.

The Wake Up Call

Jan’s wake up call came when she found herself alone after her business partner decided she wanted out of their new venture. She thought that she had needed a partner, but realized she could handle all the risks necessary.   

Style of Leadership

Jan is a connector, a leader who influences people and brings them together. She uses her networks to help people to help other people.

Current Leadership Challenge 

Jan has to remind herself that she needs to work on the business and not in the business. She is currently challenged by her tendency to over-extend herself. 

What Are You Excited About?

Aspire Ascend’s new membership service for executive women leaders is what presently excites Jan. 

What Does Your Business Support System Look Like?

Jan’s husband has always been her biggest supporter.

Leadership Practice

Jan’s ability to connect with people is her most treasured leadership practice.

Book to Develop Leadership

Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges by Amy Cuddy

BRAG!: Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It by Peggy Klaus

Advice For Younger Self

“Get a mentor earlier. Someone who is a superior and not a friend!”   

Inspirational Quote

I am a thought leader.” - Jan Molino

Links

Website: www.aspire-ascend.com

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janmolino

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AspireAscend

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aspire.ascend/

Google +: https://plus.google.com/107950323524449969251

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aspireascend/

Email: Jan@aspire-ascend.com

 

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 17, 2016

Alexis Robin is the Co-Founder of pLink Coaching Center for Excellence, an executive coaching firm specializing in leadership and organizational development at the individual and collective level. She is a published author of Leap of Faith, Cultivating Your Brave Heart, and radio host of The Bright Side, A Life Coaching Radio Show.

When she’s not working, you can find Alexis at her home in Lake Tahoe, California, snowboarding, stand-up paddling, and enjoying the great outdoors with her French husband and 11-year-old twins.

Playing Small Moment 

Bravery is one of Alexis’s highest values, so to be called out for shrinking away on stage was an eye opener for her. She suddenly realized that she used to shrink away a lot. She wasn’t considering just how much she really brought to the table.

The Wake Up Call

While working with her clients, Alexis realized how many talented people still carried the burden of self-doubt. This prompted her to examine her own self-doubt and to realize that it wasn’t about her. She needed to be present for her clients and not worried about herself.

Style of Leadership

Alexis says her style of leadership is about setting clear direction and intention. She focuses on what she wants to create instead of what she wants to stop from happening. She adds that sharing ‘why’ you are asking something of someone can make all the difference.

Current Leadership Challenge

Getting the word out about what her organization is doing and how it is different than other coaching companies is Alexis’ biggest business opportunity. 

What Are You Excited About?

Alexis and her partners are excited about a new, visually stunning webinar series she is developing for her Positive Leader Journey program called Think pLink webinars.

What Does Your Business Support System Look Like?

Alexis has a great support system within her organization as well as at home. She says everyone around her shares her same vision and values. 

Leadership Practice

Sharing her intention when she asks for something is Alexis’s best leadership practice.

Book to Develop Leadership

Rising Strong by Brené Brown

Advice For Younger Self

“Don’t spend time trying to prove yourself to people. The most valuable mentors and friends don’t need convincing.” 

Inspirational Quote

Trust the process of life. Sometimes life goes wrong in your favor.” ~ Alexis Robin

Links

http://plinkcoachingcenter.com

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 14, 2016

Dr. Jamie Orr is a successful entrepreneur, physicist, and educator with expertise across a wide range of technical fields. She is passionate about helping young companies and students alike to thrive and discover their potential. She is a co-founder of Mountain Lab, Lake Tahoe's first co-working space and innovation hub. Jamie also teaches courses in physics, mathematics, chemistry, and green sustainable education, and consults in the areas of economic development, entrepreneurship, and education.

Playing Small Moment

Jamie was crushed when an advisor in her department didn’t show up for the faculty meeting, which would have helped her along in becoming a Ph.D. candidate. After the initial sting wore off, she decided she would move away from Physics and into the study of law. She was accepted into six different law schools before being persuaded back into the Physics program.

The Wake Up Call

Jamie’s wake up call came almost a year after her daughter was born. Jamie and her husband were going through photos and realized most of their happiness came from their visits to Lake Tahoenot from Silicon Valley. So, they just packed up and moved to Lake Tahoe.

Style of Leadership

Jamie likes to lead by teaching people and by working in collaboration with them. She wants the people around her to reach their potential and to accomplish things. 

Current Leadership Challenge 

Jamie needs to give herself permission to say no, because she realizes she may experience burnout if she doesn’t take time for herself.

What Are You Excited About?

Jamie is excited to be integrating the concepts of physics into her community projects. 

What Does Your Business Support System Look Like?

Jamie has a balanced team of business partners and family who inspire her and amaze her every single day.    

 

Leadership Practice 

Jamie is a teacher by nature and she believes in elevating those around her.

Book to Develop Leadership

Brain Rules by John Medina

Advice For Younger Self

“Failure is an opportunity to try a different direction. So, don’t be so hard on yourself.” 

Inspirational Quote

Be kinder than is necessary because you never know what someone else is going through.” ~ Jamie Orr

Links

http://tahoemountainlab.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamieforr

 

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

Aug 12, 2016

I am a logical person and one of the most useful tools when applying logic is deduction - the process of ruling out.

Deduction is very effective. So effective we call the ability to use this process as one's "powers of deduction."

In the workshops I do with young leaders I ask them, "Who do you want to be as a leader?" 

They are often stumped by this question and often times respond with, "I'm not sure who I want to be but I know who I don't want to be as a leader - my [current/former] bad boss."

That is the power of deduction and without realizing it shapes who you are as a leader, as a partner, as a coworker, as a friend and as a parent. We remember how we felt when we had to deal with another person and those who upset us tend to make a lasting impression and that experience shapes who we become – hopefully for the good.

In my early experience as a leader I put more thought into avoiding being perceived as a "bad boss" than I did being perceived as a good boss. It's all part of the process and it then lead me to consider what experience I did want to create for my team.

Here I'm telling my own bad boss story...and it's a good one.

Starting from a place of who I was not as a leader I came to an identity of who I am as a leader.

Here is another area we are going to look into to determine who you are not…

You Are Not Your Stress Reactions

Have you ever been in a negative relationship or a situation and over time you notice there are some changes in your personality and how you respond to things. Changes and responses that you are not proud of.

Rather than saying the sweet words we hear in dramas, "they make me a better person" or "they make me want to be a better person" you find yourself uttering, "I don't like who I am when I'm around them." Or, "when I'm there I'm like a different person."

This is who you are not!

You say those things, you do those things but they feel wrong and you don't like it. That's the sign that it's not THE REAL YOU.

Whenever you feel at odds with how you are showing up and how you are behaving you are sure to find your default stress reaction at play.  This is your alter-ego, the persona you become under stress to try to protect you from any perceived threat.

When I get stressed I become very controlling. I micromanage and get lost in details and research. If you know me you would know details and research are not where I choose to hang out on a day-to-day basis. 

Likely, when your alter-ego is a play you'll find yourself doing things that are the opposite of what you would normally do if things weren't so tense.

The issue with the alter-ego is it started to develop when you were very young, when you didn't know as much as you do now. Think 6-8 years old.

Since the alter-ego came into existence you have become more experienced, skilled, wise and resourceful. But your alter-ego isn't aware of that and so it jumps in to save the day thinking you are not capable to handle the situation, that you are still 8-years-old, and as a result your alter-ego makes you feel small, incapable and out-of-control.

In the next several bonus episodes I’m going to cover some common stress reactions. I'm hoping you will gain an awareness of your own alter-ego so you'll be able to see it in action when something stressful occurs.

With this awareness you'll be able to make a different choice; you'll be able to respond to stress as you really are: powerful, capable, resourceful and committed.

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

 

Aug 10, 2016

Everything Chloë Thomas does is focused on eCommerce strategy and marketing.

She is the author of four books, speaker, and host of the eCommerce MasterPlan Podcast. Her latest bestselling book is, Customer Manipulation: How to Influence your Customers to Buy More and Why an Ethical Approach will Always Win.

Key Takeaways:

[2:45] Manipulation encourages people to do things. We are all manipulators.

[7:33] The Customer Manipulation Model is applicable to both eCommerce and retail type businesses.

[9:31] Breaking down the Customer Manipulation Model. 

[18:13] How to transition an inquirer to a first-time buyer.

[25:49] Chloë’s current business challenge is getting her sales funnel full of repeat buyers.   

[28:24] Chloë’s support system is mostly outsourced and optimized to give her more bandwidth for her business.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Women Taking the Lead Episode 45 with Chloë Thomas (https://womentakingthelead.com/chloe-thomas/)

eCommerce Masterplan (https://ecommercemasterplan.com)

@chloe_ecmp on Twitter

Customer Manipulation: How to Influence Your Customers to Buy More and Why and Ethical Approach will Always Win (http://customermanipulation.com/)

Find more resources at http://womentakingthelead.com

 

Aug 7, 2016

Lauren Copeland is an empowering Life and Clarity Coach for amazing women who feel the call to be more, do more and live more! By working together, we discover what your 'mores' really are in life and business, how you can make them happen, and pursue the life you love without sacrificing your unique self.

Playing Small Moment

Lauren knew the 9-5 was not for her and she was excited to get the opportunity to be a stay at home mom. But, people close to her didn’t seem to understand her decision. She says her playing small moment was when she let the opinions of others color how she viewed herself. 

The Wake Up Call

Lauren truly had an A-ha moment, when her husband asked her if she could really overcome her shyness to become a life and clarity coach. It lit a fire under her to do what she felt compelled to do and that would bring her joy.

Style of Leadership

Lauren is a listener, an analyzer and very optimistic. All traits that contribute to her nurturing leadership style.   

Current Leadership Challenge

Lauren is finding it challenging to dodge her insecurities while launching her business.   

What Does Your Business Support System Look Like?

Lauren is part of an online community of female entrepreneurs that, she says, gets her through when she has questions or when she needs support.

What Are You Excited About?

Lauren is excited to be launching a 5-day challenge to help people prioritize their tasks, make the most of their time and find balance in their lives. 

Leadership Practice

Consistently working towards her own personal development is one practice which makes Lauren a better leader. She is able to learn new ideas that she can share with others.

Book to Develop Leadership

Make it Happen by Lara Casey

Advice For Younger Self

“Value is not determined by anything on this earth. It is determined by Christ.” 

Inspirational Quote

To live is to choose. But to live well, you must know who you are, what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there.” - Kofi Annan

Links

http://www.laurenecopeland.com/

https://www.facebook.com/lecopeland/

 

Find more resources at: http://womentakingthelead.com 

 

Aug 3, 2016

Suzanna McGee is a former Ms. Natural Olympia bodybuilding champion, now a competitive tennis player, author, speaker, raw vegan athlete, and performance and injury prevention specialist with over 25 years of experience. She is certified by the National

Academy of Sports Medicine and holds a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University. She is also the author of Tennis Fitness for the Love of it and The Athlete’s Simple Guide to a Plant-Based Lifestyle.

Playing Small Moment

Suzanna had never thought about being an entrepreneur until she arrived in Venice Beach, California. A client, who later became her mentor, helped her to realize that she could make a career in the fitness industry. He kept telling her that she needed to get certifications, but she was hard-headed. While she was aware that she knew a lot of things, she didn’t realize the certifications would give her credibility, as she was still adapting to the culture in the US.

The Wake Up Call

Suzanna knew she wanted to spread her knowledge, with the world, by writing a book and speaking. But she feared that her level of the English language would get in the way. Her wake up call came when she decided to start a blog, and people accepted her and along with her accent.

Style of Leadership

Suzanna leads by example. If there is a new way of eating or a new exercise, she always tries it first before telling other people to try it. She also leads by sharing her story. If people see that she can do it, then maybe they think “I can do it too”.

Current Leadership Challenge

Suzanna struggles, because she believes she needs to get her message out to more people, but she really doesn’t like to travel. Speaking through media, like podcasts, may be her way forward to achieving her goals.

What Are You Excited About?

Suzanna has decided she is going to start learning pole fitness. She feels she needs to master this skill and is excited about taking on the challenge.

Leadership Practice

Suzanna says that by being grateful, every day in every way, influences people around her. 

Book to Develop Leadership

Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

Advice For Younger Self

“Cherish what makes you different.”

Inspirational Quote

Take small actions daily. Small actions will compound and become bigger every day.” - Suzanna McGee

Links

www.tennisfitnesslove.com

https://www.facebook.com/SuzannaMcGeeAuthor/

 

Find more resources at https://womentakingthelead.com

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